They are oil-free and FDA compliant.
Lubrizol's newest medical-grade TPUs are said to be the first of their kind offered with flame retardancy for medical electronics use.
Teknor Apex has launched a new TPV and two new SBC-based compounds for automotive window encapsulation and exterior appearance parts.
Offer relatively low cost (starting at less than $2/lb), as well as scratch and mar resistance and x-ray opacity for medical devices.
They adhere to polyolefins and custom formulations are available for adhesion to engineering resins.
Hybrid of TPU and crossliked silicone rubber is safe for skin contact in wearable electronic applications.
PolyOne GLS's TPEs improve brand protection and reduce counterfeits for consumer electronics.
New styrenic block copolymer serves as modifier for injection-molded PP parts, and more.
Elastocon's new softer, clear TPEs are particularly well suited to medical devices and children's toys.
Elastocon's 2800 Series performance TPEs now includes new grades for overmolding onto and coextruding with PE.